Whenever it is deemed expedient to dissolve any county fair board established in any
county with less than one hundred twenty-five thousand people in this state under
sections 2-221 to 2-231 as determined by (1) the county board upon its own motion in counties with appointed
county fair boards, (2) the county fair board upon its own motion in counties with
elected county fair boards, or (3) petition of not less than twenty-five percent of
the registered voters of the county as shown by the list of registered voters of the
last general election, the county board shall submit to the people of the county,
to be voted upon at a general or special election called by the county board for that
purpose, a proposition to dissolve such county fair board. The question of dissolving any such county fair shall not be submitted until the expiration
of three years after the vote to establish such fair has been taken.
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